He said that he was in an unhappy relationship with someone for over three years and had been drinking, one night he hit rock bottom and slept with someone else.
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The material presented here is not Al-Anon Conference Approved Literature. After my toxic relationship with my ex, I simply COULD NOT be with another alcoholic. I was very close to committing myself to a mental hospital.
He ran meetings and did a lot of service work, he had a lot of sponsees over the years. His first night, he got roaring drunk and caused a public commotion.
If there was anyone whose recovery was rock solid, it was him. The last I heard, a long time after that, he was still drinking.
I'm asking because it sounds like you've only been on a few dates, or just one first date, and he was taking about recovery already?
Or, maybe recovering addicts are encouraged to do so... Take care of yourself:)Danielle One thing we know about us is that our "pickers" are broken, and we tend to pick people without protecting ourselves enough.I Have been dating someone for a little over a month. He also feels that he went to AA for preventive measures.. He has told me a little bit of his past with drinking. Although most people couldn’t handle working in a bar and staying sober, there are people who do. Your boyfriend needs to decide once and for all that he is more invested in his relationship with you than his relationship with alcohol. If he isn’t getting enough support through AA, he should consider getting himself into therapy with an addictions counselor or a psychologist. Whether or not the relationship works out, participating in recovery work will teach you more about how to maintain your own boundaries and how to avoid being pulled into someone’s addictive behaviors.